Speakers

Plenary Speaker Dr. Diana G. Oblinger
President Emeritus, EDUCAUSE
Keynote Speakers Assoc. Prof. Henry C.B. Chan
Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Prof. Kalevi Ekman
Founder, Design Factory, Aalto University

Prof. Dr. Georg Nagler
President, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Mannheim
Panellist Prof. Tan Thiam Soon
President, Singapore Institute of Technology
Distinguished Speakers Mr. David Cheng
Head, Nutrition Innovation Centre, Asia Pacific, DSM

Ms. Goh Sei Yi
Director, Group Talent Management, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.

Ms. Kang Huey Ling
Principal / Dean, SMRT Institute

Mr. Khor Boon Hong
Partner, Baker Tilly TFW LLP

Mr. Eddy Lee
Managing Partner, Coffee Venture

Mr. Sam Liew
Managing Director, Accenture

Assoc. Prof. Erle Lim
Associate Provost (Undergraduate Education), National University of Singapore

Dr. Lim Boon Huat
Managing Director, Rohde & Schwarz Asia Pte Ltd

Prof. Lim Shih Hui
Group Director of Education, Singapore Health Services

Dr. Ow Chee Chung
CEO, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

Assoc. Prof. Lakshminarayanan Samavedham
Fellow of NUS Teaching Academy, National University of Singapore

Dr. Steven Wong
President, Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)

Session Speakers Dr. Desi Arisandi
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Brad Franklin Blackstone
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Bo Wenjin Vikki
Singapore University of Social Sciences

Dr. David Bond
University of Technology, Sydney

Mr. Cheah Sin Moh
Singapore Polytechnic

Asst. Prof. Cheong Kang Hao
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Cheow Wean Sin
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Andreas Dewanto
National University of Singapore

Ms. Jing-Yun Fan
Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan

Mrs. Alison Gibb
University of Glasgow

Ms. Jesline Joy
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. G. Kaveri
Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)

Ms. Susan Khoo
Nanyang Technological University

Dr. David Kwok
Republic Polytechnic

Dr. Gregor Lange
National University of Singapore

Assoc. Prof. Liew Chin Kian
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Lim Kaiyang
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Lim Kok Hwa
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. May Lim Sok Mui
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. George Liu Zhaoping
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Don MacLaurin
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Tanya MacLaurin
University of Guelph, Canada

Assoc. Prof. Mehul Motani
National University of Singapore

Dr. Ng Tsu Hao
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Oh Lih-Bin
National University of Singapore

Ms. Catherine Ong
Singapore Institute of Technology

Ms. Faith Ong
Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Ms. Jean Ong Yin Ning
Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Ms. Tulip Sinha
Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology

Dr. Andrew Straun
University of Glasgow

Assoc. Prof. Alfred Tan
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Neelakantam Venkatarayalu
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Victor Wang
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Chinthake Wijesooriya
University of Queensland

Assoc. Prof. Alan Wong Wai Pong
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Ye Jian-Hong
National Taiwan Normal University

Asst. Prof. Zhou Junqi
Singapore Institute of Technology

Plenary Speaker Dr. Diana G. Oblinger
President Emeritus, EDUCAUSE
Keynote Speakers Assoc. Prof. Henry C.B. Chan
Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityProf. Kalevi Ekman
Founder, Design Factory, Aalto University

Prof. Dr. Georg Nagler
President, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Mannheim

Panel Speaker Prof. Tan Thiam Soon
President, Singapore Institute of Technology
Distinguished Speakers Mr. David Cheng
Head, Nutrition Innovation Centre, Asia Pacific, DSMMs. Goh Sei Yi
Director, Group Talent Management, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.

Ms. Kang Huey Ling
Principal / Dean, SMRT Institute

Ms. Khor Boon Hong
Partner, Baker Tilly TFW LLP

Mr. Eddy Lee
Managing Partner, Coffee Venture

Mr. Sam Liew
Managing Director, Accenture

Assoc. Prof. Erle Lim
Associate Provost (Undergraduate Education), National University of Singapore

Dr. Lim Boon Huat
Managing Director, Rohde & Schwarz Asia Pte Ltd

Prof. Lim Shih Hui
Group Director of Education, Singapore Health Services

Dr. Ow Chee Chung
CEO, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

Assoc. Prof. Lakshminarayanan Samavedham
Fellow of NUS Teaching Academy, National University of Singapore

Dr. Steven Wong
President, Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)

Session Speakers Dr. Desi Arisandi
Singapore Institute of TechnologyMr. Brad Franklin Blackstone
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Bo Wenjin Vikki
Singapore University of Social Sciences

Dr. David Bond
University of Technology, Sydney

Mr. Cheah Sin Moh
Singapore Polytechnic

Asst. Prof. Cheong Kang Hao
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Cheow Wean Sin
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Andreas Dewanto
National University of Singapore

Ms. Jing-Yun Fan
Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan

Mrs. Alison Gibb
University of Glasgow

Ms. Jesline Joy
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. G. Kaveri
Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)

Ms. Susan Khoo
Nanyang Technological University

Dr. David Kwok
Republic Polytechnic

Dr. Gregor Lange
National University of Singapore

Assoc. Prof. Liew Chin Kian
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Lim Kaiyang
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Lim Kok Hwa
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. May Lim Sok Mui
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. George Liu Zhaoping
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Don MacLaurin
Singapore Institute of Technology

Dr. Tanya MacLaurin
University of Guelph, Canada

Assoc. Prof. Mehul Motani
National University of Singapore

Dr. Ng Tsu Hao
Singapore Institute of Technology

Assoc. Prof. Oh Lih-Bin
National University of Singapore

Ms. Catherine Ong
Singapore Institute of Technology

Ms. Faith Ong
Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Ms. Jean Ong Yin Ning
Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Ms. Tulip Sinha
Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology

Dr. Andrew Straun
University of Glasgow

Assoc. Prof. Alfred Tan
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Neelakantam Venkatarayalu
Singapore Institute of Technology

Asst. Prof. Victor Wang
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Chinthake Wijesooriya
University of Queensland

Assoc. Prof. Alan Wong Wai Pong
Singapore Institute of Technology

Mr. Ye Jian-Hong
National Taiwan Normal University

Asst. Prof. Zhou Junqi
Singapore Institute of Technology

 


Plenary Speaker

Dr. Diana Oblinger

Dr. Diana G. Oblinger

President Emeritus, EDUCAUSE
Profile

Dr. Diana G. Oblinger is President Emeritus of EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association of 2,400 colleges, universities, and education organizations whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. She served as President and CEO from 2008 – 2015, and as Vice President from 2004-2008. Previously, Oblinger held positions in academia and business: Vice President for Information Resources and the Chief Information Officer for the University of North Carolina system, Executive Director of Higher Education for Microsoft, and IBM Director of the Institute for Academic Technology. She was on the faculty at the University of Missouri-Columbia and at Michigan State University.

Oblinger is known for her leadership in teaching and learning. She founded the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, and, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, she led the creation of the Next Generation Learning Challenges, a $65M program focused on improving college readiness and completion through information technologies.

Oblinger has served on a variety of boards including the National Science Foundation’s Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure, the board of directors of ACT, the American Council on Education (ACE) board, and chair of the Washington Higher Education Secretariat. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Ellucian.

Oblinger is a frequent keynote speaker as well as the author or of co-author multiple books. She has received outstanding teaching and research awards, has served as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Learning Technologies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and holds three honorary degrees. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Xi.

Presentation

Learning 360

Synopsis

Today’s upskilling economy and rapid technological change require a lifelong learning journey that blends education and experience. Learners of all ages seek pathways to career success spanning multiple jobs, and perhaps multiple careers. Educators can re-conceptualize learning, providing students with a range of experiences that help them develop holistically, including internships, inquiry-based learning, simulations, and service learning. Informal learning experiences, reflection, and a growth mindset can strengthen personal and professional growth.

Credentials validate learning and can be leveraged for career success. Competencies, certificates, diplomas, and informal learning are being integrated into digital identities. New forms of credentialing may better reflect a lifelong learning ecosystem that connects college, credentials, and career opportunities. This session will focus on how institutions can rethink the concept of college to align learning experiences with employers’ needs in an effort to ensure learners are job-ready.

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Keynote Speakers

Assoc. Prof. Henry C.B. Chan

Assoc. Prof. Henry C.B. Chan

Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Profile

Dr Henry Chan received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Cambridge, England, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). He has co-authored a textbook on e-commerce (published by John Wiley and Sons (England)) and research papers in various journals. He was the Chair (2012) of the IEEE Hong Kong Section and the Chair (2008-2009) of the IEEE Hong Kong Section Computer Society Chapter. He was the General Chair of the IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE) 2012. He was the recipient of the 2015 IEEE Computer Society Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award (“for outstanding contributions to computing education through teaching, mentoring students and service to the education community”). At PolyU, he has received four President’s Awards, including two President’s Awards for Excellent Performance in Teaching. Under his supervision/guidance, his students or former students have received more than forty external awards.

Presentation

CARES Model for Computing Education – “Computing for Application, Research, Entrepreneurship and Service”

Synopsis

This talk is about the CARES model for computing education, which stands for Computing for Application, Research, Entrepreneurship and Service. The model has three layers: the core layer (“think”), the course layer (“learn”), and the career/development layer (“develop”). The core layer is about two fundamental thinking capabilities namely, computational thinking as well as creative/innovative thinking. The course layer is about the curriculum. The core layer, together with the curriculum layer, provides the fundamentals of computing. The career/development layer has four pillars: Application (applying knowledge), Research (advancing knowledge), Entrepreneurship (innovating knowledge), and Service (serving with knowledge). The aim of the CARES model is to provide a conceptual framework for developing a curriculum and extra-curricular activities to support computing education. This talk will also share the learning impact on students related to the CARES model.

Prof. Kalevi Ekman

Prof. Kalevi Ekman

Founder, Design Factory, Aalto University
Profile

Professor Kalevi Ekman holds the chair of Product Development at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Aalto University. He is also recognised as the founder of the Aalto Design Factory, an experimental platform aiming to support interdisciplinary and international co-creation between parties interested in any aspects of design and development. He has received numerous awards and honours for his educational achievements. His educational focus is on integrated product development and collaborative development of consumer and investment goods, including especially engineering and industrial design viewpoints.

Presentation

Passion Based Learning

Synopsis

For students, the famed Aalto University Design Factory provides an experimental platform for learning, closely working together with the business and research communities. The Design Factory has inspired hundreds of university educators globally, and is changing the face of higher education through its symbiosis of pedagogy and practice.

In this session, Prof. Ekman will touch on the pros and cons, and ideas regarding:

  • an interdisciplinary approach
  • co-creation with industry
  • combining theory and practice
  • learning for the career of 40-50 years
  • how, and based on what, we can best support students’ learning
Prof. Dr. Georg Nagler

Prof. Dr. Georg Nagler

President, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Mannheim
Profile

Georg Nagler studied law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich as a scholarship holder of the Bavarian gifted education scheme after graduating from high school (Best pupil of the year with a grade of 1.0 at the Max-Reger-Gymnasium in Amberg). He received a doctor`s degree in 1989 with a dissertation in the area of public law at the University Chair of Prof. Dr. jur. Rupert Scholz (M.P. and former German Minister of Defense)

After studying, Nagler became 1986 a legal official at Amberg-Sulzbach county. From 1990, he became a lecturer at the Bavarian Civil Service College, and in 1992 he became a professor of general law at the Biberach University of Applied Sciences, In 1994 he received the appointment as the founding president of the University of Applied Sciences in Hof (Bavaria). In 1999, he was re-elected for a second term of office. For his commitment to the city and university, he was awarded the Golden Ring of Honour of the City of Hof in 2001.

From 2001 to 2005 he was a member of the Board of AOK Bayern (Public health Insurance of Bavaria) with the areas of personnel and organization, IT, real estate, revision and data protection. In 2006, he settled as a lawyer in Munich.

From 1 November 2006 to 30 April 2008, Nagler, as the Chief Executive Officer of the Federation of German Orthopedics, was politically responsible for about 1,600 enterprises with more than 35,000 employees and a standard turnover with statutory health insurance of more than € 3 billion.

In 2008 he became Managing Director of a companies´ holding and was also lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Munich. In 2012, Nagler was elected Rector of the Baden-Württemberg Dual University of Mannheim combined with a Chair in the field of public management.

Nagler has been a member of the Catholic student association KDStV Trifels Munich since 1978 and a member of Rotary since 1994.

Presentation

The Dual System of theoretical and practical teaching in higher education

Synopsis

Keeping the challenges of the future within the range of vision is one of the most important burdens of responsible leadership, especially within universities. The academic system of a country and its structure will be one of the central issues of its success in future – what is needed to cope with those challenges of the future? We will take a closer look at the introduction of applied science and studies in German higher education policy, and examine the influence of practical experience and of real business life as key aspects of scientific higher education at universities of applied sciences and the new type of Dual Universities.

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Panellist

Prof. Tan Thiam Soon

Prof. Tan Thiam Soon

President, Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Professor Tan Thiam Soon is the President of Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). He obtained his B. Eng in Civil Engineering from University of Canterbury and subsequently obtained his MS and PhD from California Institute of Technology. Prior to joining SIT, he was with National University of Singapore for more than 26 years and was a Professor of Civil Engineering.

Professor Tan’s main research interests are in land reclamation, deep excavation and soil improvement. Professor Tan received the ASTM’s C.A. Hogentogler Award in 2007 and the Best Research Paper Award 2008 from the Japanese Geotechnical Society. He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2008, Minister of Transport’s Distinguished Innovation Award in 2008, Ministry of National Development’s 2015 Minister’s Award (Team) and the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 2017.

Professor Tan is a registered Specialist Professional Engineer (Geotechnical). He is a member of the Future Economy Council and board member of SkillsFuture Singapore as well as the Land Transport Authority.

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Distinguished Speakers

Mr. David Cheng

Mr. David Cheng

Head, Nutrition Innovation Centre, Asia Pacific, DSM
Profile

David Cheng, Head of Nutritional Innovation Centre (NIC) based in Singapore with DSM Nutritional Products Asia Pacific. NIC plays an important and active role in supporting DSM customers in driving Customer experience through relevant co-creation and vision of being an integrated nutritional solution provider. These are critical precursors for launching of new products to the market place.

Prior to DSM, he was with Tetra Pak SEA Singapore, heading the Process Development Centre (PDC) and core team member of the Deeper in the Pyramid (DiP) for global product concepts.

David holds an Honors degree in Food Science and Technology from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in Australia. In addition to his professional work, David has been lecturing at Singapore Polytechnic, Food Processing for the Advance Diploma Food Technology. In 2012, David received an award for recognition of contribution as alumni from Singapore Polytechnic.

David has presented in numerous Food Ingredients Exhibitions (Shanghai and Bangkok), and international soy conferences such as Intsoy (University of Illinois, USA), Prosoy (Wageningen, The Netherlands) and ASA Soy Forum in Vietnam (American Soyabean Association).

Presentation

Whatever…… and Getting the Message Across

Synopsis

In today’s world, teaching is a huge challenge for both educators and students. Using a hands-on approach instead of just teaching the theory, it removes barriers to engagement and increases participation from the students. The interaction between teachers and students improve and builds a stronger teacher-student relationship. Learning is a lifelong journey and an important one.

Ms. Seiyi Goh

Ms. Goh Sei Yi

Director, Group Talent Management, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.
Profile

Seiyi’s career spans over 20 years in human capital management consulting, business development, marketing and corporate human resources. Prior to joining Singtel, she was an Associate Partner at The Gallup Organisation for Singapore & South East Asia and held leadership roles in HR, Digital Commerce and Marketing at SMRT Corporation and SMRT Investments, a leading multi-modal public transport operator in Singapore.

Her passion lies in helping organisations create and drive a high performance and engaging culture. In her current role, she heads the group talent management team who drives strategies, policies and initiatives with a focus on building and developing high performing leaders across the Singtel Group.

Presentation

Getting Work Ready in the Digital Economy

Synopsis

As a leading Info-Communications Technology player competing in the global market, Singtel invests significantly in identifying, developing and grooming young talent for the digital economy. On an annual basis, Singtel partners with polytechnics and universities to offer, recruit and develop about 250+ interns, scholars and graduates through various development programs that are designed to build a pipeline of talents with the right mix of technical and soft skills to thrive and eventually lead in the age of digital disruption. This sharing will cover the why, how and what of Singtel’s young talent capability building strategy and plan – as it strives to go beyond regional telco industry to win in emerging technologies like cyber security, analytics, IOT and cloud computing.

Ms. Kang Huey Ling

Ms. Kang Huey Ling

Principal / Dean, SMRT Institute
Profile

Kang Huey Ling oversees the training function in the competency development and management system in SMRT as Principal of SMRT Institute (SMRTi). Ms Kang is responsible for growing SMRTi’ design-and-build capability to design learning experience and build competency. SMRTi has expanded its portfolio from vocational training to include professional programmes such as SMRT Train Engineers Professionalisation (STEP) programmes, core values and leadership courses.

Prior to her current appointment, Ms Kang held other leadership positions in planning, station operations and the bus business. Ms Kang holds a Master in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) from National University of Singapore.

Presentation

STEP – A Step Towards Building Professionalised Rail Engineers

Synopsis

To power the future rail network expansion, and a huge demand for competent rail engineers, SMRT recognises the critical need to professionalise the rail engineers. In 2015, SMRT launched the STEP-In and STEP-Up programmes. The programmes equip rail engineers with the knowledge and education necessary to build their careers with a clear path of advancement based on competency.

We adopted a system thinking approach when designing the applied learning programme. The programme design concept focuses on the desired holistic competency development in three areas: core values, railway engineering knowledge, and leadership.

Our partners play an instrumental role in the development and delivery of the STEP programmes. We work with Singapore Institute of Technology, Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education from University of Birmingham, and other esteemed programme providers in making the STEP happen.

Mr. Khor Boon Hong

Mr. Khor Boon Hong

Partner, Baker Tilly TFW LLP
Profile

Khor Boon Hong is an Assurance Partner at Baker Tilly TFW, one of the top 10 accountancy and business advisory firms in Singapore. A seasoned professional, Boon Hong has over 20 years of extensive experience in conducting financial and operational audits in Singapore, Malaysia and China. He has serviced clients across diverse industries, including multinational, private and listed companies, and not-for-profits organisations. He also has extensive experience in IPO and fund-raising projects. Boon Hong is a Practicing Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and a past member of the ISCA Auditing and Assurance Standards Committee. He is also a Fellow Chartered Accountant (CAANZ & ICAEW).

Presentation

Future Ready the Accounting Students in an Age of Disruption

Synopsis

Baker Tilly TFW has partnered with the Singapore Institute of Technology to host students in its work study programme. As a mentor of these students, Boon Hong has seen numerous benefits and challenges faced during their stint with the firm. He has observed that accounting students of today are well prepared by their institutions to be equipped with skills to tackle the challenges of today’s workplace. However, with the emergence of disruptive technologies, will the current pedagogy adopted by local institutions stand the test of time? As disruptive technologies continue to displace jobs around the globe, how can we be ready to ride the wave of disruption? He will share some of his thoughts on future challenges of the accounting profession.

Mr. Eddy Lee

Mr. Eddy Lee

Managing Partner, Coffee Ventures
Profile

Eddy has invested in more than 50 US and Asian startups in financial, health, IoT, artificial intelligence, and marketplace technologies. He relocated from the Silicon Valley to Southeast Asia to cofound Coffee Ventures so as to tackle unmet needs in emerging markets. The early stage fund focuses on people development, product-market iteration, and go-to-market strategy. He mentors at Stanford University’s StartX accelerator among other institutions, and was previously a consulting professor, a medical imaging scientist, and a circuit design engineer.

Presentation

The Workless Future

Synopsis

Up to 800 million people or 30% of global workforce may be displaced from their jobs over the next 13 years according to McKinsey. Self-driving vehicles is no longer an “if” but “when” will thousands of driving jobs become obsolete. Such replacement of manual jobs is further exacerbated by human-beating A.I that threatens accounting, legal, finance or other white-collared jobs. Is there any job left for us in this future? History shows that such fears are largely unwarranted. Workers will adopt new people-oriented skills that machines cannot replace in the near future. Our decreasing working hours, and technological advancements will open up new commerce opportunities, leisure options, and ultimately bring forth better quality of life. The question is how can we prepare ourselves for this future where we do what we are best at, work fewer hours, and start blurring the line between work and play?

Mr. Sam Liew

Mr. Sam Liew

Managing Director, Accenture
Profile

Sam is managing director of Accenture Technology in ASEAN and is responsible for developing and driving Accenture Technology’s strategy and agenda for the region, which includes Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

Before that, Sam served as managing director for Accenture’s Asia Pacific (APAC) Communications Center of Excellence. He led strategy and capability development for clients in the wireless, wireline and cable segments across APAC.

Sam is also programme director for several major business and IT transformation programmes across APAC. In this capacity, he focuses on building diverse onshore and offshore implementation teams to deliver tangible and sustainable results.

Sam has worked across APAC including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, The Philippines, China, Taiwan, India and Australia. He also serves on Accenture’s Global Technology Leadership Council and is Chairman of the board of advisors for Singapore’s Information Technology Management Association’s (ITMA) CIO Workshop. Sam is based in Singapore.

Presentation

Dual Studies – Work Study Programme in Accenture, and the role of Employers

Synopsis

Accenture participated in MOE Work-Study Programme with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) in 2017. Students will be hired as full-time employee with access to staff benefits and over 9,100 training courses. Work-study programme gives fresh graduates a head-start in careers relating to their discipline of study while they gain a nationally recognised qualification. It poses as an attractive alternative route to students who want to minimise university debt. Companies can play a bigger role in training fresh graduates by adopting a more “mentoring mindset”. We must accept the apprentices as fresh students/ graduates who might not be conversant in the new domain BUT who would be very keen to pick up new skills and contribute. In this disrupted environment, the new apprentices might adapt and do better than most.

Assoc. Prof. Erle Lim

Assoc. Prof. Erle Lim

Associate Provost (Undergraduate Education), National University of Singapore
Profile

Assoc Professor Erle CH Lim graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1990, and obtained his Masters in Medicine (Internal Medicine) from the same university in 1997. In 2009, he was appointed as a Fellow to the Royal College of Physicians, Glasgow. He trained in Neurology at the Singapore General Hospital, after which he completed his training in Movement Disorders at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, under Professors C Warren Olanow and Mitchell F Brin. He is currently Senior Consultant Neurologist at the National University Hospital. He was Assistant Dean of Education at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS from 2007 to 2010. His subspecialty interest is in Movement disorders, focusing on the clinical applications of Botulinum toxin, Parkinson’s disease, Spasticity and Dystonia. He lectures on Neurology, Movement Disorders and Education (Medical Education and Technology in Education) regionally and internationally, and teaches techniques of Botulinum toxin injection using electromyographic guidance to neurologists and physiatrists, regionally and internationally. He has published over 100 papers in international journals, covering topics in general neurology, movement disorders, botulinum toxin, general medicine and medical education, and is reviewer for international journals in Medicine, Neurology, Movement disorders and Medical Education. He is Editor in Chief of the Annals, Academy of Medicine, Singapore, and was founding editor of the Journal of the NUS Teaching Academy (now the Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning). He sits on the specialist training committee in Neurology and the Neurology MCQ Committee of the Royal College of Physicians, London. In 2006 and 2007, he was awarded both the faculty teaching excellence award and the university’s annual excellence teaching award. In 2007, he was awarded the university’s outstanding educator award. He was Chairman of the Executive Council of the NUS Teaching Academy and is now Associate Provost (Undergraduate Education) at the National University of Singapore.

Presentation

Technology – Just Cool, or Can it Increase Learning Competencies Too?

Synopsis

In this digital age – many institutions of learning (K-12 to tertiary) are leveraging on technology to deliver content, as well as to enhance visualization and facilitate the experiential element of learning. At the same time, there has been a move to embrace craftsmanship and the maker movement. It has been said that “simple is best”, yet others have derided those who do not push technology as Luddites. At the heart of the matter, though, is that any efforts must be predicated on sound pedagogical principles, whilst being mindful of learning outcomes. In this half hour talk, the speaker will highlight efforts at the National University of Singapore to improve education by leveraging on technology, and will discuss whether teachers can leverage on technology to do more than augment the learners’ experiences and increase learning competencies as well.

Dr. Lim Boon Huat

Dr. Lim Boon Huat

Managing Director, Rohde & Schwarz Asia Pte Ltd
Profile

Dr. Lim started Rohde & Schwarz’s Singapore operations from scratch in 1997, and has grown the Singapore operation into a 400 staff strong, full-fledged, global operation. Dr. Lim is also on the board of Directors of many of Rohde and Schwarz’s subsidiaries in China, Germany, Singapore, and Malaysia. He also serves on the Institute of Technical Education’s Board of Directors, on Nanyang Polytechnic’s Engineering Advisory Committee, and on NUS Department of Electrical Electronics and Computing’s Departmental Consultative Committee. Recently, he was appointed Co-Chair of one of the three ASPIRE review committees, to look into work-based learning in Polytechnics and ITEs. Dr. Lim previously held various appointments in the Singapore Economic Development Board, where he was involved in SME development, industry development and the promotion of international direct investment.

Presentation

Applied Learning – An Industry Perspective

Synopsis

Is there a difference between how industry and academia prepare its employees via-a-vis students for new technology and knowledge? What are the key differences and why are they different? In this speech the notion of applied learning as practiced in the industry setting is expounded in terms of its epistemic culture. It recommends ways to bridge the gap between industry and academia.

Prof. Lim Shih Hui

Prof. Lim Shih Hui

Group Director of Education, Singapore Health Services
Profile

Dr. Lim is Group Director of Education, Singapore Health Services; Professor and Senior Associate Dean at Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School; and Senior Consultant Neurologist at the National Neuroscience Institute & Singapore General Hospital. He was the Founding President, College of Physicians, Singapore (2004-2007), and the Master (2012-2016), Academy of Medicine, Singapore. For the last 20+ years, he has been very active in medical education, and in 2015, received the National Outstanding Clinician Award for his outstanding contributions and dedication towards medical education and training. As Group Director for Education, he now oversees the training and education of all health professionals in the SingHealth cluster.

Presentation

From Achieving Competencies to Building Capabilities in Health Profession Education

Synopsis

Health profession education has been evolved from the old style of “structure/process” education to a competency-based health profession education (CBHPE). This CBHPE requires four components: (1) identifying the outcomes, e.g. competent clinicians; (2) defining performance levels for each competency; (3) developing a framework for assessing competencies; and (4) continuous evaluation of CBHPE program to see if it is indeed producing the desired outcomes. Examples of common competency frameworks are the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Outcomes Project and the CanMEDs roles. Each competency framework starts with broad distinguishable areas of competence that, in the aggregate, define the desired outcomes for a clinician. Within the ACGME framework, there are 6 core competencies: Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Interpersonal and Communication Skills, Professionalism, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, and Systems-based Practice. However, being competent in the above 6 core competencies of their own specialty or subspecialty is not good enough. With a growing number of people with multiple co-morbidities, an ageing population, and increasing patient expectations, clinicians now need to develop more generic professional capabilities (GPCs) on top of achieving competencies in professional knowledge, skills and values. They have to develop other GPCs which include health promotion & illness prevention, patient safety, quality improvement, teamwork, management and leadership, education & training, and evaluation & clinical application of research. In summary, well designed and structured clinical training programmes will enable us to produce highly competent healthcare professionals who can handle common conditions and certainties. With increasing healthcare need in an aging population, we need to redesign our training programmes to build their capabilities through more holistic clinical education, so that they are better prepared and more capable to handle unexpected conditions and uncertainties.

Dr. Ow Chee Chung

Dr. Ow Chee Chung

CEO, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital
Profile

Dr Ow Chee Chung is currently the CEO of Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. The hospital is now in the midst of a major redevelopment to be transformed into an Integrated Nursing Home and Community Hub. It will double both its inpatient and outpatient capacity by 2018.

A medical doctor by training, Dr Ow also has a Master in Business Administration (MBA, Surrey). He has held several leadership appointments in the public service, VWOs and healthcare sector such as the restructured hospitals and health institutions. He has a personal interest in the development of community care services.

Presentation

KWSH’s Collaboration with SIT

Synopsis

The MOU between KWSH and SIT broadly covers various platforms for students, faculty, KWSH professionals and patients to engage, innovate and learn from each other. Among the various engagements, there is an ongoing partnership that allows Design students from SIT to work on real greenfield projects in designing community spaces for the elderly. This journey goes beyond the classroom enabling them to gain on-site experience and exposure. Both KWSH and key faculty professionals are available to advise and guide the students along.

The learning does not end from the designed product. The students also go through their journey of sharing/selling their designs, actual design implementation, prototype/product development and even showcase them in exhibitions/conferences.

While we claim that the journey provides applied learning for the students, it is actually an applied learning too for KWSH.

Speaker-Lakshminarayanan-Samavedham

Assoc. Prof. Lakshminarayanan Samavedham

Fellow of NUS Teaching Academy, National University of Singapore
Profile

Lakshminarayanan Samavedham is an Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the National University of Singapore. He is also the Master of Residential College 4 that teaches undergraduates the foundations of Systems Thinking and Systems Modeling as applied to real-world problems. Earlier, Laksh served as the Director for the Centre of Development of Teaching and Learning providing leadership in areas such as professional development of faculty members, graduate students, and General Education for undergraduate students.

Presentation

Enhancing Learning in Science and Engineering Through Authentic Assessments

Synopsis

Many macro forces are beginning to shape the discourse on what education should be for the 21st century. These include: (a) the commoditization of knowledge, (b) the disappearance of traditional jobs and the emergence of new professions that underline the need to engage in lifelong learning, (c) the increasing availability and affordability of information and communication technology that facilitates anytime, anywhere learning and (d) the need to develop higher order thinking, working and articulation skills needed to tackle the grand challenges we face locally and globally.

Among the various components that critically impact student learning, assessment stands out because students perceive and experience the curriculum mainly through formative and summative assessments. What to assess, when to assess, how to assess are critical design questions for a thoughtful educator. Given the leverage of assessments and the affordances of mobility and technology, it is important and possible for educators to make the assessments as authentic as is possible.

This talk intends to provide an overview of the area of authentic assessments as relevant to students of science and engineering at tertiary institutions. It will also introduce a framework for authentic assessments and provide examples of specific practices adopted by award-winning teachers in this regard.

Dr. Steven Wong

Dr. Steven Wong

President, Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)
Profile

Dr Steven Wong is the President of the Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP). AiSP is an organisation made up of information security professionals that aims to promote, develop, support and enhance the integrity, technical competence, management expertise, status and interests of information security professionals in Singapore as well as promote the development, increase and spread of information security knowledge and of any related subject.

In his full-time job, Steven is as an Associate Professor and Programme Director at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) where he spearheaded the first Information Security degree programme offered by an autonomous university in Singapore. Steven has nearly two decades of academic, research and industry experience, and was involved in projects funded over 250 million dollars. Other than AISP, Steven also actively volunteers in leadership positions for multiple ICT related organisations and associations both in Singapore as well as in the APAC region. Positions he has held include the co-Chairman of CREST Singapore, the co-Chairman of the Cloud Security Alliance APAC Education Council, the Co-Chairman of IDA WG3 Telecommunications Standards Advisory Committee, the Chairman of the IEEE Consumer Electronics (Singapore) chapter, etc.

Presentation

Professional Learning and Development in Information Security

Synopsis

This presentation provides a broad overview on the cybersecurity manpower landscape in Singapore and will go into some details of the requirements and standards for the education and training of a capable cybersecurity workforce. Examples will also be shown on how the various stakeholders in the cybersecurity eco-system should collaborate to facilitate such training through mechanisms such as the AiSP Information Security Body-of-Knowledge as well as various industry certifications/accreditation schemes.

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Session Speakers

Dr. Desi Arisandi

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Research Areas: Accounting Information Systems, Text Mining, and Governmental Accounting

Mr. Brad Franklin Blackstone

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Brad Blackstone is a university educator, communication specialist and global citizen. In the fields of professional communication, academic and technical writing and English for academic purposes, he has developed innovative curricula, impacted the lives of countless students, and contributed to dynamic academic programs in the USA, Portugal, Malaysia, Japan, and now with the Singapore Institute of Technology.

Dr. Bo Wenjin Vikki

Singapore University of Social Sciences
Profile

Dr. Bo started her career as lecturer in English for academic purpose (EAP), followed by educational researcher in second/foreign language learning and educational technology.

Dr. David Bond

University of Technology, Sydney
Profile

David is a Senior Lecturer in the UTS Business School. David has an active interest in the role of emerging technology in the learning environment, and has received a number of awards for his work in this area, including from the Australian Federal Government.

Mr. Cheah Sin Moh

Singapore Polytechnic
Profile

Cheah Sin Moh is the Senior Academic Mentor and Head of Teaching & Learning in the School of Chemical and Life Sciences, Singapore Polytechnic. He leads the adoption of the CDIO Framework for curriculum redesign in the school. His academic interests include evidence-based teaching and use of ICT in education.

Asst. Prof. Cheong Kang Hao

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr Cheong graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2007 with a BSc honors degree in Applied Mathematics. He went on to do a doctorate in the subject of computational electron optics at the same university, and was awarded a PhD in 2015.He was with the Ministry of Education as a mathematics teacher, head of department and policy officer between 2007 to 2015 before joining the Singapore Institute of Technology as an Assistant Professor in the Engineering Cluster. His areas of research have largely centered around novel energy spectrometer design and mathematical modelling of social and biological systems.

Asst. Prof. Cheow Wean Sin

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr. Cheow Wean Sin is an Assistant Professor in the Chemical Engineering and Food Technology (CEFT) cluster in Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). She teaches Mass and Energy Balance in three different programmes in SIT – Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Engineering, and Food Technology. Together with Assoc. Prof. Lim Kok Hwa, she spearheaded the Chem Quest project – an adaptive pre-freshman online chemistry course designed to bridge the knowledge gap between pre-university and freshman Chemistry.

Mr. Andreas Dewanto

National University of Singapore
Profile

Andreas Dewanto is the Assistant Director of Special Programme in Science. He also serves as a lecturer in NUS Physics Department.

Ms. Jing-Yun Fan

Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan
Profile

Jing-Yun Fan graduated from Department of Industrial Education, National Taiwan Normal University with a Doctorate in Taiwan. She is an associate professor of Tainan University of Technology, and currently teaches bag design and production related courses.

Mrs. Alison Gibb

University of Glasgow
Profile

Alison Gibb joined the Adam Smith Business School in 2016, following an extensive career in industry where she gained substantial international experience in Consumer and Customer marketing. Latterly she was Global Marketing Manager for the South African drinks company Distell Ltd., where she held responsibility for the company’s Single Malt Scotch Whisky portfolio, developing and delivering business and brand strategy that resulted in significant value growth across the product portfolio. Alison has a wealth of experience as a marketer having held a number of senior roles in a variety of sectors, which include food and drink as well as electronics. Her strengths include brand positioning, brand management, marketing project management, communications and executional excellence.

Ms. Jesline Joy

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Ms. Jesline Joy completed B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering (cum Laude) from VelTech Dr.RR & Dr. SR Technical University, India in 2013 and M.S in Aerospace engineering from Technische Universität München, Germany and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2016. Currently, she is working as a researcher in Singapore Institute of Technology focusing on numerical analysis of combustor performance used in mini turbojet engine and flow-field investigation.

Dr. G. Kaveri

Singapore University of Social Sciences
Profile

Dr. Kaveri is an expert on early childhood education, currently on the faculty at Singapore University of Social Sciences. Her research has been presented at international and local conferences, with a recent focus on sustainability education. She has held teaching positions at University of London and University of Buffalo.

Ms. Susan Khoo

Nanyang Technological University
Profile

Ms Khoo joined NTU as a Lecturer teaching Communication Skills. She obtained her M.A. from the University Of Essex, UK. She was involved with the curriculum revision for the Critical Writing course and typically teaches Critical Writing and Technical Writing courses. Ms Khoo is interested in a wide range of topics from psycholinguistics to the teaching and acquisition of critical writing skills.​​

Dr. David Kwok

Republic Polytechnic
Profile

Dr. David Kwok is a Senior Lecturer with the Centre for Educational Development at Republic Polytechnic. He has strong research interests in problem-based learning, ICT-enabled learning, and development and validation of instruments using structural equation modeling.

Dr. Gregor Lange

National University of Singapore
Profile

Gregor is a German-born, Irish- and American-trained clinical psychologist, author, and academic. During his 8-year tenure at the department of psychology, NUS, he taught and supervised clinical psychology students, he also developed the ‘Introduction to Clinical Psychology’ and ‘Mindful Psychology’ modules. He then joined the NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates as Head of Learning and Development, and co-developed the Roots & Wings programme based on Social Emotional Learning, Neuroscience and Leadership research. More than 7000 students have been taught essential future-ready skills since the first Roots & Wings cohort in January 2016. Gregor is an expert on teaching methodologies, pedagogy, curriculum design, adult learning, executive coaching, and a highly sought after expert trainer.

Assoc. Prof. Liew Chin Kian

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr Edmund CK Liew is an Associate Professor at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). His interest areas include non-destructive testing technologies and training, composite inspection, as well as manufacturing digitalisation. He is presently serving as the Programme Director for the Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering degree course and has been a key player in driving university education for the future of advanced manufacturing.

Dr. Lim Kaiyang

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Kaiyang Lim is a lecturer at the Singapore Institute of Technology. He teaches mainly in the area of Chemical Engineering and Food Technology. As a young member of the faculty, he is constantly thinking out of the box, to come up with new methods and/or ways to make lessons as well as assessments interesting and appealing to the students. He believes that education and play should come hand-in-hand to make learning more interesting and at the same time, enhance the students’ enthusiasm for the subject.

Assoc. Prof. Lim Kok Hwa

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Kok Hwa is an Associate Professor in Singapore Institute of Technology. Over the past decade, he has taught a variety of courses, including Industrial Chemical Processes, and Industrial Chemical and Biological Plant Safety. He is experienced in emergency/contingency planning, and is involved in many committees dealing with safety matters and safety reviews.

Assoc. Prof. May Lim Sok Mui

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr May Lim is an Associate Professor at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). May oversees Centre for Learning Environment and Assessment Development (CoLEAD) that looks after the faculty development programmes in learning and teaching at the university level. She won the university Teaching Excellence Award in 2016. May is an experienced occupational therapist by profession, she has been working with children with developmental delay and disorders in Singapore and Australia. She also led the Bachelor of Science (with Honours) in Occupational Therapy degree at SIT.

Asst. Prof. George Liu Zhaoping

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr. Liu received his PhD from The School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University. He worked at China National Tourism Admininstration (CNTA) and the School of Hotel and Tourism Management at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University before joining Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) in 2016.

Assoc. Prof. Don MacLaurin

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Don MacLaurin joined the Singapore Institute of technology hospitality business faculty in 2015 after a 20- year career at the school of hospitality and tourism management, University of Guelph Canada. He has also taught in Australia, the USA, and at two other universities in Singapore.

Dr. Tanya MacLaurin

Dr. Tanya MacLaurin
Profile

Prof. Tanya MacLaurin joined the HTM faculty in 1991 and has taught courses in the areas of foodservice management, quantity food production, nutrition applications in foodservice, new product development, sensory analysis and food safety. She has also taught in Singapore, Australia, and the USA.

Assoc. Prof. Mehul Motani

National University of Singapore
Profile

Dr. Motani is an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the National University of Singapore and a Visiting Research Collaborator at Princeton University. Previously, he was a Visiting Fellow at Princeton University. He was also a Research Scientist at the Institute for Infocomm Research in Singapore, for three years, and a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin in Syracuse, NY for over four years. His research interests are broadly in the area of wireless networks. Recently he has been working on research problems which sit at the boundary of information theory, networking, and communications, with applications to machine learning, mobile computing, underwater communications, sustainable development and societal networks. Dr. Motani was the recipient of the Intel Foundation Fellowship for his Ph.D. research, the NUS Annual Teaching Excellence Award, the NUS Faculty of Engineering Innovative Teaching Award, and the NUS Faculty of Engineering Teaching Honours List Award.

Dr. Ng Tsu Hao

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Ng Tsu Hau obtained his B.Eng (Hons), M.Eng and PhD from National University of Singapore. He was previously a research fellow with the Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA) in NUS and was the Program Administrative Manager of the $10 million Competitive Research Program (NRF-G-CRP 2007-01) in NTU. Prior to joining Singapore Institute of Technology, he worked as a Senior Principal Engineer in Globalfoundries.

Assoc. Prof. Oh Lih-Bin

National University of Singapore
Profile

Lih-Bin Oh is an associate professor in the Department of Information Systems & Analytics at the NUS School of Computing, where he received his BSc (Hons I), MSc, and PhD. His research interests include service system innovation, information ethics, technology-enhanced learning, and experiential learning pedagogy.

Ms. Catherine Ong

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Catherine Ong Soh Hwi is a Learning Designer (Mathematics) with Centre of Learning Environment and Assessment Development (CoLEAD) in Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). Her work focuses specifically on the development of Adaptive Online Courses. She obtained her Master of Education (Mathematics) from Singapore Institute of Education in 2015.

Ms. Faith Ong

Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Profile

Faith graduated from University of Queensland with Masters of Education, specialisng in behavioural management, guidance & counselling. She has been teaching in the Diploma in Psychology Studies course at Ngee Ann Polytechnic for the past 7 years, and is passionate about community engagement and service-learning.

Ms. Jean Ong Yin Ning

Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Profile

Ms Jean Ong is a Deputy Course Chair of Diploma in Early Childhood Education at the Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. In her seven years of career with the school, she has taught modules including, ‘Developing School-Family-Community Partnership’, ‘Global Issues: Singapore Perspective’, ‘Introduction to Children’s Literature’, ‘IT Applications’, ‘Technology for Teaching & Learning’, and ‘The Child & the Creative Curriculum’. She is also a two-time awardee to the School Teaching Award. In addition to teaching, she also completed her research for her Master’s dissertation, “The Image of Singapore Preschool Teachers”, funded by Early Childhood Development Agency, Singapore and supported by National Institute of Education, Singapore.

Ms. Tulip Sinha

Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology
Profile

Tulip is an industrial designer, maker, researcher and educator. Passionate about indigenous crafts and cultural storytelling, she works closely with various craft clusters and social enterprises as a researcher, skill-trainer, designer and entrepreneur. As an educator, she enjoys developing pedagogic tools and methods to simplify the dissemination of creative intelligence.

Dr. Andrew Straun

University of Glasgow
Profile

Andrew is the Writing and Study Skills Co-orindator at the University of Glasgow. He holds an MA, an MPhil and a PhD in political history. Andrew has worked in student learning since 2012; he is co-Chair of ScotELAs (Scottish Effective Learning Advisers’ network) and co-Organiser of Let’s Talk About [X].

Assoc. Prof. Alfred Tan

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

A/P Tan’s background is in Mechanical Engineering. He has 5 years of experience in co-supervising Final Year Project (FYP) students with a multi-disciplinary group of faculty from Engineering, Health & Social Science and Design & Specialised Business cluster. In 2013, he formed a FYP group called Healthcare Engineering Community (HEC).

Asst. Prof. Neelakantam Venkatarayalu

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Neelakantam Venkatarayalu is an Assistant Professor at the Singapore Institute of Technology. Prior to this, he was with ST Electronics as a Principal Engineer and with EADS Innovation Works as Senior Scientist. During this time, he used to serve as an adjunct assistant professor at the National University of Singapore. His teaching and research interests include RF systems and antenna design and EMI/EMC effects related to transportation systems.

Asst. Prof. Victor Wang

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Dr Victor Wang is a Assistant Professor in SIT, teaching students on core engineering modules such as fluid mechanics. He also teaches on Aerodynamics and makes use of technology such as numerical simulations to enhance understanding and visualisation of fluid flow behaviour. He is also keen to help students in grasping these concepts by having a strong foundation in Mathematics, and together with a team of like-minded faculty/co-lead designers are developing an adaptive learning platform to help the students.

Mr. Chinthake Wijesooriya

University of Queensland
Profile

Chinthake Wijesooriya is a PhD student at UQ Business School, the University of Queensland. His research interests are in the area of virtual learning environments, Information Systems research, Instrument development.

Assoc. Prof. Alan Wong Wai Pong

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

A/P Alan Wong teaches global health, kinesiology and health ethics and professionalism at Singapore Institute of Technology.

Mr. Ye Jian-Hong

National Taiwan Normal University
Profile

Ye, Jian-Hong is a PhD student at the Department of Industrial Education, National Taiwan Normal University.

Asst. Prof. Zhou Junqi

Singapore Institute of Technology
Profile

Assistant Professor in Accounting, rich teaching experience in Management Accounting and Financial Accounting for UG program, with research focus in Big Data with capital market, New social media, analyst forecast and equity valuations.

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